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ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT 1974

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (SCHEDULED WASTES)


REGULATIONS 2005
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ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
Regulation
1.

Citation and commencement

2.

Interpretation

3.

Notification of the generation of scheduled wastes

4.

Disposal of scheduled wastes

5.

Treatment of scheduled wastes

6.

Recovery of material or product from scheduled wastes

7.

Application for special management of scheduled wastes

8.

Responsibility of waste generator

9.

Storage of scheduled wastes

10.

Labelling of scheduled wastes

11.

Waste generator shall keep an inventory of scheduled wastes

12.

Information to be provided by waste generator, contractor and occupier


of prescribed premises

13.

Scheduled wastes transported outside waste generator's premises to be


accompanied by information

14.

Spill or accidental discharge

15.

Training Programme

16.

Compounding of offences

17.

Revocation
SCHEDULES

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT 1974


ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (SCHEDULED WASTES)
REGULATIONS 2005

IN exercise of the powers conferred by sections 21 and 51 of the Environmental Quality Act 1974
[Act 127], the Minister, after consultation with the Environmental Quality Council, makes the
following regulations:

Citation and commencement


1.

(1)

These regulations may be cited as the Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes)

Regulations 2005.
(2)

These Regulations come into operation on 15 August 2005.

Interpretation
2.

(1)

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires

"scheduled wastes" means any waste falling within the categories of waste listed in the First
Schedule;
"incompatible scheduled wastes" means scheduled wastes specified in the Fourth Schedule
which, when mixed, will produce hazardous situations through heat generation, fires, explosions or
the release of toxic substances;
"on-site treatment facility" means a facility, other than a scheduled wastes incinerator or a
land treatment facility, located on a waste generator's site and that is used solely to deal with
scheduled wastes produced on that site;

"contractor" means any person licensed by the Director General of Environmental Quality
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under subsection 18(1A) of the Act;


"waste generator" means any person who generates scheduled wastes;
"prescribed premises" means premises prescribed by the Environmental Quality (Prescribed
Premises) (Scheduled Wastes Treatment and Disposal Facilities) Order 1989 [P.U. (A) 140/1989].
(2)

Words and expressions which are not defined in these Regulations shall have the

same meaning as assigned to them in the Act and in the Environmental Quality (Prescribed
Premises) (Scheduled Waste Treatment and Disposal Facilities) Order 1989.
Notification of the generation of scheduled wastes
3.

(1)

Every waste generator shall, within 30 days from the date of generation of scheduled

wastes, notify the Director General of the new categories and quantities of scheduled wastes which
are generated.
(2)

The notification given under subregulation (1) shall include the information provided

in the Second Schedule.


Disposal of scheduled wastes
4.

(1)

Scheduled wastes shall be disposed of at prescribed premises only.

(2)

Scheduled wastes shall, as far as is practicable, be rendered innocuous prior to

disposal.
Treatment of scheduled wastes
5.

(1)

Scheduled wastes shall be treated at prescribed premises or at on-site treatment

facilities only.

(2)

Residuals from treatment of scheduled wastes shall be treated or disposed of at


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prescribed premises.
Recovery of material or product from scheduled wastes
6.

(1)

Recovery of material or product from scheduled wastes shall be done at prescribed

premises or at on-site recovery facilities.


(2)

Residuals from recovery of material or product from scheduled wastes shall be

treated or disposed of at prescribed premises.


Application for special management of scheduled wastes
7.

(1)

A waste generator may apply to the Director General in writing to have the

scheduled wastes generated from their particular facility or process excluded from being treated,
disposed of or recovered in premises or facilities other than at the prescribed premises or on-site
treatment or recovery facilities.
(2)

An application under subregulation (1) shall be submitted to the Director General in

accordance with the guidelines for special management of scheduled wastes as prescribed by the
Director General and shall be accompanied by fee of three hundred ringgit and shall not be
refunded.

(3)

If the Director General is satisfied with the application made under subregulation (1),

the Director General may grant a written approval either with or without conditions.

Responsibility of waste generator


8.

(1)

Every waste generator shall ensure that scheduled wastes generated by him are

properly stored, treated on-site, recovered on-site for material or product from such scheduled
wastes or delivered to and received at prescribed premises for treatment, disposal or recovery of
material or product from scheduled wastes.

(2)

Every waste generator shall ensure that scheduled wastes that are subjected to

movement or transfer be packaged, labelled and transported in accordance with the guidelines
prescribed by the Director General.
Storage of scheduled wastes
9.

(1)

Scheduled wastes shall be stored in containers which are compatible with the

scheduled wastes to be stored, durable and which are able to prevent spillage or leakage of the
scheduled wastes into the environment.
(2)

Incompatible scheduled wastes shall be stored in separate containers, and such

containers shall be placed in separate secondary containment areas.


(3)

Containers containing scheduled wastes shall always be closed during storage except

when it is necessary to add or remove the scheduled wastes.


(4)

Areas for the storage of the containers shall be designed, constructed and maintained

adequately in accordance with the guidelines prescribed by the Director General to prevent spillage
or leakage of scheduled wastes into the environment.
(5)

Any person may store scheduled wastes generated by him for 180 days or less after

its generation provided that

(a)

the quantity of scheduled wastes accumulated on site shall not exceed 20


metric tones; and

(b)

the Director General may at any time, direct the waste generator to send any
scheduled wastes for treatment, disposal or recovery of material or product
from the scheduled wastes up to such quantity as he deems necessary.

(6)

A waste generator may apply to the Director General in writing to store more than 20

metric tonnes of scheduled wastes.

(7)

If the Director General is satisfied with the application made under subregulation (6),

the Director General may grant a written approval either with or without conditions.

Labelling of scheduled wastes


10.

(1)

The date when the scheduled wastes are first generated, name, address and telephone

number of the waste generator shall be clearly labelled on the containers that are used to store the
scheduled wastes.
(2)

Containers of scheduled wastes shall be clearly labelled in accordance with the types

applicable to them as specified in the Third Schedule and marked with the scheduled waste code as
specified in the First Schedule for identification and warning purposes.
(3)

No person is allowed to alter the markings and labels mentioned in subregulations

(1) and (2).


Waste generator shall keep an inventory of scheduled wastes
11.

A waste generator shall keep accurate and up-to-date inventory in accordance with the Fifth

Schedule of the categories and quantities of scheduled wastes being generated, treated and disposed
of and of materials or product recovered from such scheduled wastes for a period up to three years
from the date the scheduled wastes was generated.
Information to be provided by waste generator, contractor and occupier of prescribed
premises

12.

(1)

A waste generator, contractor and occupier of the prescribed premises shall provide

information in accordance with the Sixth Schedule in the manner provided in this regulation or

Director General shall determine other method as he thinks fit.

(2)

A waste generator shall complete Part I of the Sixth Schedule in six copies and hand

over the six copies of the Schedule to the contractor when the scheduled wastes are delivered to
him.
(3)

The contractor shall, upon receiving scheduled wastes from a waste generator,

complete Part II of the Sixth Schedule in the six copies given to him by the waste generator and
shall thereafter immediately hand over two copies of the Schedule to the waste generator who in
turn shall submit a copy to the Director General within 30 days from the date of transportation of
the scheduled wastes.
(4)

The contractor shall, within 10 days from the date of receipt of the scheduled wastes,

deliver the scheduled wastes to the occupier of any prescribed premises and hand over the
remaining four copies of the Sixth Schedule to the occupier.
(5)

The occupier of any prescribed premises shall, upon receiving scheduled wastes

from the contractor, complete Part III of all the remaining four copies of the Sixth Schedule handed
over to him by the contractor and shall, upon completion, retain one copy and return a copy each to
the contractor, the waste generator and the Director General, within 20 days from the date of receipt
of the scheduled wastes.
(6)

If the waste generator fails to receive his copy of the Sixth Schedule from the occupier

of the prescribed premises referred to in subregulation (5) within 30 days from the date of delivery
of the scheduled wastes to the contractor referred to in subregulation (2), he shall notify the Director
General immediately and shall investigate and inform the Director General of the result of his
investigation.
(7)

The waste generator, contractor or occupier of the prescribed premises shall keep a

copy each of the Sixth Schedule. The Sign copy of Sixth Schedule must be retained as a record for
at least three years from the date the scheduled wastes are accepted by the prescribed premises.

Scheduled wastes transported outside waste generators premises to be accompanied by


information
13.

(1)

Every waste generator shall provide information in accordance with the Seventh

Schedule in respect of each category of scheduled wastes to be delivered to the contractor and shall
give the Schedule to the contractor upon delivery of the waste to him.

(2)

The waste generator shall inform the contractor of the purpose and use of the

Seventh Schedule.

(3)

The contractor shall carry with him the Seventh Schedule for each category of

scheduled wastes being transported and shall observe and comply with the instructions contained
therein.
(4)

The contractor shall, in the selection of transportation routes, as far as possible avoid

densely populated areas, water catchment areas and other environmentally sensitive areas.
(5)

The contractor shall ensure that all his employees that are involved in the handling,

transportation and storage of scheduled wastes attend training programmes.

(6)

The contractor shall ensure that during the training programme each employee is

well informed on the purpose and use of the Seventh Schedule.

Spill or accidental discharge


14.

(1)

In the event of any spill or accidental discharge of any scheduled wastes, the

contractor responsible for the waste shall immediately inform the Director General of the
occurrence.
(2)

The contractor shall do everything that is practicable to contain, cleanse or abate the

spill or accidental discharge and to recover substances involved in the spill or accidental discharge.
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(3)

The waste generator shall provide technical expertise and supporting assistance in

any clean-up operation referred to in subregulation (2).


(4)

The contractor shall undertake studies to determine the impact of the spillage or

accidental discharge on the environment over a period of time to be determined by the Director
General.
Training Programme

15.

Every waste generator shall ensure that all his employees involved in the identification,

handling, labeling, transportation, storage and spill response of scheduled wastes, attend training
programme.

Compounding of offences
16.

(1)

Every offence which consists of any omission or neglect to comply with, or any act

done or attempted to be done contrary to these Regulations may be compounded under section 45 of
the Act.
(2)

The compounding of offences referred to in subregulation (1) shall be in accordance

with the procedure prescribed in the Environmental Quality (Compounding of Offences) Rules
1978 [P.U. (A) 281/1978].

Revocation
17.

The Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 1989 [P.U. (A) 139/1989] is

hereby repealed as from the commencement of these Regulations.

FIRST SCHEDULE
(Regulation 2)
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SW 1

Metal and metal-bearing wastes

SW 101

Waste containing arsenic or its compound

SW 102

Waste of lead acid batteries in whole or crushed form

SW 103

Waste of batteries containing cadmium and nickel or mercury or lithium

SW 104

Dust, slag, dross or ash containing arsenic, mercury, lead, cadmium, chromium,
nickel, copper, vanadium, beryllium, antimony, tellurium, thallium or selenium
excluding slag from iron and steel factory

SW 105

Galvanic sludges

SW 106

Residues from recovery of acid pickling liquor

SW 107

Slags from copper processing for further processing or refining containing


arsenic, lead or cadmium

SW 108

Leaching residues from zinc processing in dust and sludges form

SW 109

Waste containing mercury or its compound

SW 110

Waste from electrical and electronic assemblies containing components such as


accumulators, mercury-switches, glass from cathode-ray tubes and other activated
glass or polychlorinated biphenyl-capacitors, or contaminated with cadmium,
mercury, lead, nickel, chromium, copper, lithium, silver, manganese or
polychlorinated biphenyl

SW 2

Wastes containing principally inorganic constituents which may contain


metals and organic materials

SW 201

Asbestos wastes in sludges, dust or fibre forms

SW 202

Waste catalysts

SW 203

Immobilized scheduled wastes including chemically fixed, encapsulated,


solidified or stabilized sludges

SW 204

Sludges containing one or several metals including chromium, copper, nickel,


zinc, lead, cadmium, aluminium, tin, vanadium and beryllium
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SW 205

Waste gypsum arising from chemical industry or power plant

SW 206

Spent inorganic acids

SW 207

Sludges containing fluoride

SW 3

Wastes containing principally organic constituents which may contain metals


and inorganic materials

SW 301

Spent organic acids with pH less or equal to 2 which are corrosive or hazardous

SW 302

Flux waste containing mixture of organic acids, solvents or compounds of


ammonium chloride

SW 303

Adhesive or glue waste containing organic solvents excluding solid polymeric


materials

SW 304

Press cake from pretreatment of glycerol soap lye

SW 305

Spent lubricating oil

SW 306

Spent hydraulic oil

SW 307

Spent mineral oil-water emulsion

SW 308

Oil tanker sludges

SW 309

Oil-water mixture such as ballast water

SW 310

Sludge from mineral oil storage tank

SW 311

Waste oil or oily sludge

SW 312

Oily residue from automotive workshop, service station, oil or grease interceptor

SW 313

Oil contaminated earth from re-refining of used lubricating oil

SW 314

Oil or sludge from oil refinery plant maintenance operation

SW 315

Tar or tarry residues from oil refinery or petrochemical plant

SW 316

Acid sludge
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SW 317

Spent organometallic compounds including tetraethyl lead, tetramethyl lead and


organotin compounds

SW 318

Waste, substances and articles containing or contaminated with polychlorinated


biphenyls (PCB) or polychlorinated triphenyls (PCT)

SW 319

Waste of phenols or phenol compounds including chlorophenol in the form of


liquids or sludges

SW 320

Waste containing formaldehyde

SW 321

Rubber or latex wastes or sludge containing organic solvents or heavy metals

SW 322

Waste of non-halogenated organic solvents

SW 323

Waste of halogenated organic solvents

SW 324

Waste of halogenated or unhalogenated non-aqueous distillation residues arising


from organic solvents recovery process

SW 325

Uncured resin waste containing organic solvents or heavy metals including epoxy
resin and phenolic resin

SW 326

Waste of organic phosphorus compound

SW 327

Waste of thermal fluids (heat transfer) such as ethylene glycol

SW 4

Wastes which may contain either inorganic or organic constituents

SW 401

Spent alkalis containing heavy metals

SW 402

Spent alkalis with pH more or equal to 11.5 which are corrosive or hazardous

SW 403

Discarded drugs containing psychotropic substances or containing substances that


are toxic, harmful, carcinogenic, mutagenic or teratogenic

SW 404

Pathogenic wastes, clinical wastes or quarantined materials

SW 405

Waste arising from the preparation and production of pharmaceutical product

SW 406

Clinker, slag and ashes from scheduled wastes incinerator


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SW 407

Waste containing dioxins or furans

SW 408

Contaminated soil, debris or matter resulting from cleaning-up of a spill of


chemical, mineral oil or scheduled wastes

SW 409

Disposed containers, bags or equipment contaminated with chemicals, pesticides,


mineral oil or scheduled wastes

SW 410

Rags, plastics, papers or filters contaminated with scheduled wastes

SW 411

Spent activated carbon excluding carbon from the treatment of potable water and
processes of the food industry and vitamin production

SW 412

Sludges containing cyanide

SW 413

Spent salt containing cyanide

SW 414

Spent aqueous alkaline solution containing cyanide

SW 415

Spent quenching oils containing cyanides

SW 416

Sludges of inks, paints, pigments, lacquer, dye or varnish

SW 417

Waste of inks, paints, pigments, lacquer, dye or varnish

SW 418

Discarded or off-specification inks, paints, pigments, lacquer, dye or varnish


products containing organic solvent

SW 419

Spent di-isocyanates and residues of isocyanate compounds excluding solid


polymeric material from foam manufacturing process

SW 420

Leachate from scheduled waste landfill

SW 421

A mixture of scheduled wastes

SW 422

A mixture of scheduled and non-scheduled wastes

SW 423

Spent processing solution, discarded photographic chemicals or discarded


photographic wastes

SW 424

Spent oxidizing agent

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SW 425

Wastes from the production, formulation, trade or use of pesticides, herbicides or


biocides

SW 426

Off-specification products from the production, formulation, trade or use of


pesticides, herbicides or biocides

SW 427

Mineral sludges including calcium hydroxide sludges, phosphating sludges,


calcium sulphite sludges and carbonates sludges

SW 428

Wastes from wood preserving operation using inorganic salts containing copper,
chromium or arsenic of fluoride compounds or using compound containing
chlorinated phenol or creosote

SW 429

Chemicals that are discarded or off-specification

SW 430

Obsolete laboratory chemicals

SW 431

Waste from manufacturing or processing or use of explosives

SW 432

Waste containing, consisting of or contaminated with, peroxides

SW 5

Other wastes

SW 501

Any residues from treatment or recovery of scheduled wastes

SECOND SCHEDULE
(Regulation 3)

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ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT 1974


ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (SCHEDULED WASTES)
REGULATIONS 2005
NOTIFICATION OF SCHEDULED WASTES
(Two copies to be completed)

For office use only


File Reference No:
Waste Generator Code:
State Code:

1.

IDENTIFICATION
(i)

Name and Address of Premise:


..

...

Tel. No: Fax No: . Telex No: ..

(ii)

Owner of Premise: .
Designation: ..

2.

PRODUCTION DATA
(i)

List of raw materials/chemicals and quantities used per month*


Raw Material/Chemicals

3.

Quantity (Metric Tonnes)

WASTE DATA

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Scheduled wastes generated per month**


Waste
Category
Code

Note:

Waste
Source1

Name of
Waste

Waste
Component2

Quantity
(Tonnes/Month)3

Unit Operation in the process/plant


Name the elements, compound or material
3
Guide to conversion (only data in metric tonnes/month is acceptable)
* Use additional sheet if required
** Estimates
2

I certify that the information provided is true and correct to the best of my
knowledge.
..
Signature of Reporting Officer ***
Name: ..
Designation:
Date: .
Note:
***

Reporting officer refers to the person handling scheduled wastes.

THIRD SCHEDULE
(Regulation 10)

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LABELLING REQUIREMENT FOR SCHEDULED WASTES

EXPLOSIVE SUBSTANCES
(WASTE)
Symbol (exploding bomb): black; Background: light orange
Label 1

INFLAMMABLE LIQUIDS
(WASTE)
Symbol (flame): black or white; Background: red
Label 2

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INFLAMMABLE SOLIDS
(WASTE)
Symbol (flame): black; Background: white with vertical red stripes
Label 3

SOLID: SPONTANEOUSLY COMBUSTIBLE


(WASTE)
Substance liable to spontaneous combustion
Symbol (flame): black;
Background: upper half white, lower half red
Label 4

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SOLID: DANGEROUS WHEN WET


(WASTE)
Substances which, if in contact with water, emit inflammable gases
Symbol (flame): black or white; Background: blue
Label 5

OXIDIZING SUBSTANCES
(WASTE)
Symbol (flame over circle): black; Background: yellow
Label 6

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ORGANIC PEROXIDES
(WASTE)
Symbol (flame over circle): black; Background: yellow
Label 7

TOXIC SUBSTANCES
(WASTE)
Poisonous (toxic) substances
Symbol (skull over crossbones): black; Background: white
Label 8

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INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES
(WASTE)
Symbol (three crescents superimposed on a circle): black;
Background: white
Label 9

CORROSIVE SUBSTANCES
(WASTE)
Symbol (liquids spilling from two glass vessels and attacking a hand and a metal): black;
Background: upper half white, lower half black
Label 10

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MIXTURE OF MISCELLANEOUS DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES


(WASTE)
Symbol (nil); Background: white with upper half vertical black stripes
Label 11

PARTICULARS OF LABELS
1. The label shall be a square set at an angle of 45 degrees. The dimension of the label shall not
be less than 10 cm by 10 cm except where the size of the container or package warrants for a
label of smaller size.
2. The colours used on the labels 1 to 11 shall be in accordance with British Standard BS 381 C,
Colours for specific purposes.
Colour
French blue ..
Canary yellow ..
Signal red
..
Light orange ..

Reference No.
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..

166
309
537
557

3. The labels shall be divided into halves, the upper half of the label shall be reserved for the
pictorial symbol and the lower half for text printed in block capitals.
4. The text shall be printed in black on all labels except when the background of the label is
black, red or blue, the text shall be in white.

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5. The labels may be of the following types:


(a) stick-on;
(b) metal plates; or
(c) stencilled or printed on the container or package.
6. All labels shall be able to withstand open weather exposure without a substantial reduction in
effectiveness.
7. Label shall be placed on a background of contrasting colour.
8. In the case of waste capable of causing two or more hazards, all the hazards must be clearly
identified and the waste shall be labelled accordingly.

FOURTH SCHEDULE
(Regulation 2)
SCHEDULED WASTES OF POTENTIAL INCOMPATIBILITY
The mixing of a waste in Group A with a waste in Group B may have the following potential
consequences:
Group 1-A

Group 1-B

Alkaline caustic liquids


Alkaline cleaner
Alkaline corrosive liquid
Caustic wastewater
Lime sludge and other corrosive
alkalies

Acid sludge
Chemical cleaners
Electrolyte, acid
Etching acid, liquid or solvent
Pickling liquor and other corrosive acid
Spent acid
Spent mixed acid

Potential consequences: Heat generation, violent reaction.


Group 2-A

Group 2-B

Asbestos
Beryllium
Unrinsed pesticide containers
Pesticides

Solvents
Explosives
Petroleum
Oil and other flammable wastes

Potential consequences: Release of toxic substances in case of fire or explosion.


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Group 3-A
Aluminium
Beryllium
Calcium
Lithium
Magnesium
Potassium
Sodium
Zinc powder and other reactive
metals and metal hydrides

Group 3-B
Any waste in Group 1-A or 1-B

Potential consequences: Fire or explosion; generation of flammable hydrogen gas.

Group 4-A
Alcohols

Group 4-B
Any concentrated waste in Group 1-A or 1-B
Calcium
Lithium
Metal hydrides
Potassium
Sodium
Water reactive wastes

Potential consequences: Fire, explosion or heat generation; generation of flammable toxic gases.

Group 5-A
Alcohols
Aldehydes
Halogenated hydrocarbons
Nitrated hydrocarbons and other
reactive organic compounds and
solvents
Unsaturated hydrocarbons

Group 5-B
Concentrated Group 1-A or 1-B wastes
Group 3A wastes

Potential consequences: Fire, explosion or violent reaction.

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Group 6-A

Group 6-B

Spent cyanide and sulphide


solution

Group 1-B wastes

Potential consequences: Generation of toxic hydrogen cyanide or hydrogen sulphide gas.

Group 7-A

Group 7-B

Chlorates and other strong oxidizers


Chlorites
Chromic acid
Hypochlorites
Nitrates
Nitric acid
Perchlorates
Permanganates
Peroxides

Organic acids
Group 2-B wastes
Group 3-B wastes
Group 5-A wastes and other
flammable and combustible wastes

Potential consequences: Fire, explosion or violent reaction.

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FIFTH SCHEDULE
(Regulation 11)
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT 1974
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (SCHEDULED WASTES)
REGULATIONS 2005
INVENTORY OF SCHEDULED WASTES
AS AT: ..
* aDate

* Waste
Category
Code

* Name
of Waste

*Quantity
Generated
(Metric Tonnes)

*Waste Handling
Method
Quantity in
Metric
Tonnes
b

Placec

Note:
*
a
b
c

Inventory of the current generation of scheduled wastes


Date when the scheduled wastes are first generated
Stored, processed, recovered for materials or product from such scheduled wastes,
incinerated, exchanged or other methods (specify)
Give name and address of the facility

I hereby declare that all information given in this form is to the best of my knowledge and belief
true and correct in all respect.
Name of Reporting Officer: ....
Designation: ....
Signature:.. Date:.
I.C. Number : ..

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SIXTH SCHEDULE
(Regulation 12)
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT 1974
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (SCHEDULED WASTES)
REGULATIONS 2005
CONSIGNMENT NOTE FOR SCHEDULED WASTES
I WASTE GENERATOR

For office use only


Fail Reference No:
Waste Generator Code:
State Code:

Name of Waste Generator: .......


Address: ....
Name of Responsible Person: ...
Tel. No: Fax. No: . Telex No: ....
Name of Waste: . Waste Category Code:
Waste Component:
Waste Origin: . Waste Origin Code:
Type of Waste:
Solid
Waste
Packaging:

Sludge

Pallet
Container

Canister

Liquid

55 gallon
Drum

Other (Specify)

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Quantity:

And If
Possible

Metric Tonnes

m3

Cost of Treatment and Disposal RM../Metric Tonne


Name and Address of Final Destination:

Delivery Date:

Signature of Responsible Person:

Delivery Time:

For office use only

II CONTRACTOR
Contractor Code:

State Code:

Name of Contractor: .....


Address: ....
Name of Responsible Person:
Tel. No: . Fax. No: . Telex No: ..
Vehicle Registration No:
...
Name of Driver:
Temporary
Storage:

No

Yes,

Address: .

Date Received: Signature of Driver: .


Time Received : ..

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III STORAGE/TREATMENT/
RECOVERY/DISPOSAL/
FACILITY OPERATOR

For office use only


Facility Code:

State Code:
Name of Facility: .....
Address of Facility: ..
Name of Responsible Person: .
Tel. No: .. Fax. No: .. Telex No: .
Type of Operation:
Storage

Regrouping

Physical/Chemical Treatment

Quantity of Waste
Received:

Recovery

Landfill

Secure Landfill

Incinerator

Others (specify)

.
.

and If Possible
m3

Metric Tonnes

Date Received: Signature: ...


Time Received:

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SEVENTH SCHEDULE
(Regulation 13)
INFORMATION
A.

Properties
1.

Category of waste
-

2.

Origin
-

3.

4.

B.

according to the First Schedule

state from which process, activity, occurrence, etc. the waste is generated.

Physical properties of waste


-

Flashpoint

Boiling point

Consistency at room temperature (gas, liquid, sludge, solid)

Vapours lighter/heavier than air

Solubility in water

Waste lighter/heavier than water

Risks
-

by inhalation

by oral intake

by dermal contact

Handling of waste
1.

Personal protection equipment


-

gloves, goggles, face shield etc.

2.

Procedures/Precautions in handling, packaging, transporting and storage

3.

Appropriate label
-

4.

labels for the containers

Recommended method of disposal

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C.

Precautions in case of spill or accidental discharge causing personal injury


1.

2.

D.

In case of inhalation of fumes or oral intake


-

Symptoms of intoxication

Appropriate first aid

Guidelines for the physician

In case of dermal contact or contact with eyes


-

Symptoms of intoxication

Appropriate first aid

Guideline for the physician

Steps to be taken in case of spill or accidental discharge causing material damage arising
from
1. Spill on floor, soil, road etc.
2. Spill into water
3. Fire
4. Explosion

Made
2005
[AS(S)91/110/919/014; PN(PU2)280/VII]

DATO SRI HAJI ADENAN HAJI SATEM


Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment

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